Networks in the knowledge economy

Networks in the knowledge economy / edited by Rob Cross, Andrew Parker, Lisa Sasson.
New York : Oxford University Press, 2003.
xi, 349 p. : ill. 24 cm.
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Other contributors
Cross, Robert L., 1967-
Parker, Andrew, 1966-
Sasson, Lisa.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
  • The social structure of competition / Ronald Burt
  • Social capital in the creation of human capital / James S. Coleman
  • The strength of strong ties: the importance of philos in organizations / David Krackhardt
  • The strength of weak ties / Mark S. Granovetter
  • Diffusion networks / Everett Rogers
  • Designs for working: why your bosses want to turn your new office into Greenwich Village / Malcolm Gladwell
  • Six degrees of Lois Weisberg: she's a grandmother, she lives in a big house in Chicago, and you'v never heard of her. Does she run the world? / Malcolm Gladwell
  • Knowing what we know: supporting knowledge creation and sharing in social networks / Rob Cross... [et al.]
  • Informal networks: the company behind the chart / David Krackhardt and Jeffrey R. Hanson
  • The people who make organizations go, or stop / Rob Cross and Laurence Prusack
  • Making invisible work visible: using social network analysis to support strategic collaboration / Rob Cross, Stephen P. Borgatti, and Andrew Parker
  • A social network perspective on human resources management / Daniel J. Brass
  • Constraints on the interactive organization as an ideal type / David Krackhardt.
Subject headings
Social networks.
Technology--Economic aspects.
Communication in learning and scholarship.
0195159500 (alk. paper)


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